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scottc

posted on 26/5/09 at 04:55 PM Reply With Quote
Where is the battery on a Smart Car?

Hi Guys,

Quick question. The battery is flat on one of the companies smart cars. does anyone know where its located?

The cars about 10 miles away at the moment, and I don't want to get there and spend 30 minutes trying to find it. LOL

I tried google, but......

Thanks.





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blakep82

posted on 26/5/09 at 04:59 PM Reply With Quote
if its somwhere difficult, there should be a +ve battery terminal under the bonnet or somewhere else easy to get at.





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smart51

posted on 26/5/09 at 04:59 PM Reply With Quote
Under the carpet of the passenger's footwell, under the foam block.
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fov

posted on 26/5/09 at 05:03 PM Reply With Quote
Passenger side footwell, under the carpet. Not the best place for easy jumping...
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scottc

posted on 26/5/09 at 05:08 PM Reply With Quote
cheers guys.

That's excellant. How the hell am I going to get a car close enough?? especially as the battery on the X5 is right by the windscreen!!

anyway. thanks for your help.





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beaver34

posted on 26/5/09 at 05:14 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by scottc
cheers guys.

That's excellant. How the hell am I going to get a car close enough?? especially as the battery on the X5 is right by the windscreen!!

anyway. thanks for your help.


park next to it

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Guinness

posted on 26/5/09 at 05:34 PM Reply With Quote
Put the Smart in the boot of the X5, worry about it later??

Take a spare normal battery if you have one and a pair of jump leads?

Mike






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fazerruss

posted on 26/5/09 at 05:47 PM Reply With Quote
Why bother jumping it, you can get a pack of 4 AA batteries for less than 4 quid at your local supermarket!





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mangogrooveworkshop

posted on 26/5/09 at 05:51 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by fazerruss
Why bother jumping it, you can get a pack of 4 AA batteries for less than 4 quid at your local supermarket!

Dont be cheeky. Smarties are really good cars

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Mark Allanson

posted on 26/5/09 at 07:38 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by fov
Passenger side footwell, under the carpet. Not the best place for easy jumping...


I always found the back seat of a Capri was the best

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chris.russell

posted on 26/5/09 at 08:02 PM Reply With Quote


Dont be cheeky. Smarties are really good cars


Here, here, I used the wifes car to pop down the shop and buy a box of matches, sadly the box would not fit so I could only take a handful home!


smart
smart


(8 foot lengths really, got some funny looks while driving home)





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fazerruss

posted on 26/5/09 at 10:32 PM Reply With Quote
They arent matches where are the red tips. look more like tooth picks to me





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